Sociologists rarely have the competence to critique sociologists.

Historians have more to offer, but it is worth noting that historiography is a discipline rife with fallacious reasoning — things historians say need to be checked by also understanding the methods used.
This is one of those books pretty much everyone should read:
As Fischer notes “logic” is often regarded as suspect by historians, since most of them resist the Hegelian notion that history itself has “a logic.”

Unfortunately, human reasoning being what it is, this dismissal of “a logic of history” bleeds over into more general dismissal.
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6 Jan
What happened on Jan 6?
A mostly peaceful protest which saw some rioting

What was the protest about?
The 2020 presidential election

Why were people angry?
The thought the election was stolen

Did they have any reason to think so?

Was the election stolen?
We don’t know
Why don't we know?
The Democrat party made sure we never found out

Was there an insurrection on Jan 6?

Did anyone commit treason on Jan 6?

Was there an attempt to overthrow democracy on Jan 6?

Was there some trespassing and disorderly conduct?
Is anyone calling Jan 6 an "insurrection" lying to you?

Did a minority of the protestors engage in a riot?

Were the illegal events of Jan 6 pre-planned?

So a riot just broke out, as riots do?

Has anyone been charged with/convicted of treason or insurrection?
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6 Jan
This madness is a witches’ brew of

1 Rousseau’s radical anti-conventualism and anti-naturalism
2 Kant’s idea that our “true” self is a noumenal autonomy over and above our body
3 Nietzsche’s idea of poetically, authentically creating one’s own self/values/meaning
What we have is a bare, abstract, embodied-but-over-and-above-the-body autonomous self (Kant), but no longer defined by reason, but by will and desire, and creative spontaneity (Nietzsche) for which both Nature and society are oppressive chains to be broken (Rousseau).
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6 Jan
Ben is on today, speaking about the Left’s failure to understand Aristotelian categoricals and Hohfoldiab rights. Two subjects dear to me, and lacks that cause great mischief.

You Aren’t The Only Person In The World
Aristotelian Categoricals or Aristotelian Categorical Statements is simply the technical way to state a general uniformity in nature or society which is true according to the category, but not true universally without exception.

For example, “human beings are sighted.”
“Human beings are sighted” is a true qua the category ‘human being’ or qua human nature. It is *natural* for human beings to be sighted.

This is true despite the existence of blind human beings. The blind do not refute the categorical statement.
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5 Jan
He’s lying.

The thesis of Critical Race Theory is not that laws have been used to perpetuate racism. The thesis is that Western law itself, and its foundations, such as human rights, equality before the law, etc., is INHERENTLY RACIST, and therefore needs to be destroyed.
Here are receipts.

From Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic’s Critical Race Theory: An Introduction
No one disputes that law has, in the past, been used to perpetuation racism. No one.

CRT is evil and in error because it teaches that America today, in 2022, is a WHITE SUPREMACY, because our Constitution, laws, polity, and everything is INHERENTLY RACIST.
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4 Jan
Iron Law of Woke projection. He accused me of “parroting” Rufo and Lindsay because I recognized and called him out about his CRT claim that “we live in a white supremacy.” That I was right is shown not only by what he said but by his introduction of Rufo and Lindsay.
No one not informed about CRT would know who Rufo and Lindsay are, much less what their criticisms of CRT sound like. And since he thinks criticism of CRT is worthy of ridicule, he clearly accepts it.
I am of course familiar with both Rufo and Lindsay, but whatever my objections to CRT have in common with theirs is a function of truth. Critical Race Theory just is Marxism using race, or race communism, as I said. This is true. So it’s no surprise several people know it.
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3 Jan
No, it doesn’t mean EQUALITY; THAT is the FUCKING PROBLEM.

"Racial equity does not mean simply treating everyone equally, but rather, allocating resources and services in such a way that explicitly addresses barriers imposed by structural racism and White privilege..."
“racial equity” = treating people unequally, based on their race

“addressing White privilege” = depriving White people of goods or access to goods on the basis of their race, even though they have done nothing wrong
A large amount of “equity” is illegal under American constitutional protections against seizure of property without due process and equal protection of the laws.
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